STOMPer Edwin is upset that none of the authorities he contacted to help in his hit and run case appear able to help, as they have 'many cases to handle'.
The STOMPer wrote:
"I parked my car at Anchorpoint Shopping Centre at Alexandra on Friday (Apr 27) at around 7pm.
"I went for dinner and then shopped around, returning to my car at around 9.10pm.
"I discovered that the front bonnet and the top part of the grille area were crashed into by another vehicle, causing two big dents and many deep gashes that peeled away the paint.
"Sad to say the driver who crashed into my car was nowhere in sight. From the location of the damage caused, I can conclude it was caused by a lorry.
"I wanted to view the CCTV footage, hoping to get the vehicle plate numbers of lorries, but it became a nightmare as the shopping centre security pushed the responsibility to carpark security, who pushed it to carpark management, who in turn pushed it to the Police.
"It was subsequently pushed again to the Traffic Police. But I was told by their call centre operator that their 'investigation' process is slow and will take some time. I was also told that there was no point in speaking to the officer now as he also has many other cases handle, and many procedures to follow.
"The reason why I want to speak to the officer is to share information with him or her, including the fact that there was a high possibility that the vehicle involved is a lorry.
"As a tax payer I am disappointed to receive this kind of of service. At the end of the day the pushing around of responsibility from all the parties involved was even worse than my car getting damaged."
In response to the STOMPer's post, a spokesperson for the Traffic Police said:
"Traffic Police has received a report lodged by STOMPER Edwin on 27 Apr 2012.
"Investigations are currently ongoing.
"We have since contacted Edwin and updated him on the case. "